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castanet.net 11 May, 2022 22:00 am

Boulder as big as a pickup falls on Highway 93 near Radium

Boulder as big as a pickup falls on Highway 93 near Radium
In a clear case of understatement, DriveBC warns drivers there are "rocks on the road" on Highway 93 north of Radium Hot Springs.

The projects range from a small operator – Cropeak – that supplies liquefied natural gas (LNG) to mines and remote communities to a new project in Newfoundland, LNG NL, that proposes to source natural gas from the Jeanne d’Arc Basin near the Hibernia oil fields, and pipeline it to Grassy Point Newfoundland for liquefaction and export it to Europe.But there was some sense Tuesday at the three-day conference that the Canadian natural gas and LNG sectors could be having a moment, thanks to an energy crisis in Europe, exacerbated by war, which has underscored the importance of natural gas in energy security and the energy transition.Xavier University, have confirmed that the natural gas produced in northeastern B.” The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says switching from coal power to natural gas could reduce GHGs emission by 50%, provided fugitive methane emissions are managed.

“With our CleanBC Roadmap to 2030, we continue to demonstrate we are one of, if not the most, responsible natural gas producing jurisdiction in the world,” said Ralston.’s natural gas and LNG not only would be some of the cleanest in the world, it also could be the springboard for the next generation of even cleaner fuel – hydrogen.

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